A school principal, a nurse, an actor. A Tony-winning playwright, a pediatric neurosurgeon, a jazz pianist. The coronavirus epidemic is an undiscriminating reaper. It has brought death to all walks of life, all economic backgrounds, all races and all the continents.
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